Topic: dropbox

SD Times news digest: Linux Foundation releases open-source jobs report, Android Studio 3.2 beta and Rust 1.27

The Linux Foundation in collaboration with Dice.com has revealed the 2018 Open Source Jobs Report. The report is designed to examine trends in open-source careers as well as find out which skills are the most in demand. Key findings included 83 percent of hiring managers believes hiring open source talet is a priority and Linux … continue reading

Atlassian’s team communication tool Stride now available

Six months after launching Stride into early access, Atlassian has announced the team communication platform is now generally available. Stride is designed to empower teams to communicate effectively, stay connected, and focus on what matters most. According to the company, Stride is the first product built on the new Atlassian API platform, and is intended to … continue reading

Sauce Lab’s 2017 testing report, LogicHub’s approach to threat detection, and Google open-sources Chrome on iOS—SD Times news digest: Feb. 1, 2017

Developers and testing professionals want to speed up deployment times, but bugs are holding them back, according to a new report. Sauce Labs has released “Testing Trends in 2017: A Survey of Software Professionals,” which examined trends in web and mobile apps. The report revealed that 28% of respondents want to deploy hourly, but no … continue reading

Dropbox’s Project Infinite, New Android 6.0 mechanisms, and Apple sees revenue decline—SD Times news digest: April 26, 2016

Today Dropbox showcased a new technology preview called Project Infinite. The goal of this project is to reimagine how people find, access and collaborate with large amounts of data, according to a Dropbox blog post. Most users work on devices with limited storage capacity, said the company, and when people work in teams, getting secure … continue reading

Apple’s Safari Technology Preview, Object Theory’s Mixed Reality Collaboration Service for HoloLens, and Fidelity marks down Cloudera and Dropbox—SD Times news digest: March 31, 2016

Apple is giving developers a sneak peek of its upcoming Safari Web technologies in iOS and OS X. The Safari Technology Preview allows developers to experiment with the latest layout technologies, visual effects, and developer tools to provide input on how they are implemented. The Safari Technology Preview includes the most recent version of WebKit; … continue reading

Guest View: Dead unicorns are on the horizon

Just as in “Game of Thrones,” winter is coming, and with it come huge risks to investors and employees of the so-called unicorns. Unicorns are broadly defined as startups worth US$1 billion or more. Once rare and mythical, there are now more than 100 unicorns, according to some estimates. However, once these firms are faced … continue reading

Google’s TensorFlow, LucidCam, and Dropbox Enterprise—SD Times news digest: Nov. 9, 2015

Google is releasing and open-sourcing TensorFlow, a machine-learning system. According to the company, the new system is greatly improved from Google’s previous machine-learning systems, and makes it easier to integrate in new products and research. “It’s a highly scalable machine-learning system—it can run on a single smartphone or across thousands of computers in datacenters,” wrote … continue reading

Dropbox SDK for Android security flaw, Knodemy’s Code Academy, and Android 5.1 SDK—SD Times news digest: March 11, 2015

Security researches have exposed a software vulnerability in Dropbox’s SDK for Android. The bug could allow hackers to connect apps from a mobile device to their own Dropbox account without a user knowing. The vulnerability, which was discovered by IBM’s X-Force application research team, impacts Dropbox SDK versions 1.5.4 through 1.6.1. “The response from Dropbox … continue reading

Open source is on top of the ‘TODO’ list

Open-source software comes in many different shapes and sizes, and some are better maintained than others. Because of this, organizations need to spend time, money and resources to ensure the quality of source code, and not every company has the ability to do so. A new project aims to change this. Dubbed TODO (which stands … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 24, 2014—IBM Watson to help military community, Hortonworks and HP’s Big Data partnership

IBM’s Watson to help military community IBM and USAA, a financial services provider for the military community, have announced that the cognitive capabilities of IBM’s Watson supercomputer will now be available to military men and women as they transition to civilian life. USAA will be offering members IBM’s Watson Engagement Advisor in a pilot that … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 10, 2014—Kubernetes, Mathematica 10 and patent trolls

 IBM, Docker, Microsoft, Red Hat & others join Google’s open-source Kubernetes container project  Kubernetes, the recently open-sourced cloud container automation project maintained by Google Cloud Platform and IT automation and configuration management provider SaltStack, is gaining the support of IBM, Docker, Microsoft, Red Hat and others joining the Kubernetes community. Google Cloud Platform SVP Urs … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Researchers successfully reverse-engineer Dropbox

Feat illustrates the futility of keeping reverse-engineering efforts at bay … continue reading

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